26.11.2015

Pre pregnancy uterus

In the 4 to 6 weeks following the birth of your baby, the changes of pregnancy are gradually reversed as the body begins to return to its non-pregnant state.
The normal changes of the pregnant uterus to accommodate a developing baby are not reversed overnight. During pregnancy, the uterus increases approximately 11 times its non-pregnant weight, weighing more than 2 pounds immediately after the birth and is about the size of a grapefruit.


Afterbirth pains are most noticeable the first 3 to 4 days postpartum, particularly for women who have had previous deliveries.
However, they help shrink the uterus to its pre-pregnant state and reduce blood loss following birth.





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